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Tuesday, February 23, 2021

A Day in Selangor, Let’s Visit Klang


A Day in Selangor, Let’s Visit Klang


Klang has always been a well-known royal town that captivates local and international tourists with their history and culture. From eco-nature to heritage, every attraction in Klang town is worth the visit! Due to its efficient transhipment port and container port in Port Klang, the Petaling district is known to be the best for processing imported and exported goods. As the State’s official Tourism Promotion Agency, it is definitely our responsibility in making your one-day trip to Klang town unforgettable, so don’t worry as we are delivering you a list of ideal locations that you can visit in this historical town!


8.00am  : Breakfast at Chong Kok Kopitiam

9.00am  : Royal Klang Heritage Walk Tour

12.00pm : Lunch at Archana Curry House

1.00pm  : Roam around the remarkable Little India at Jalan Tengku Kelana

2.00pm  : Shopping spree in GM Klang

5.00pm  : Chill out at Café 1986, Botanic for tea

6.00pm  : Lay your eyes on the astonishing sunset at Tanjung Harapan

7.00pm  : Enjoy dinner at Restaurant Faridah Nasi Ayam & Kambing Bakar

8.30pm  : Wander around Pasar Malam Teluk Pulai at night


So, here’s why...


1)       Breakfast at Chong Kok Kopitiam

Begin your day by having breakfast at one of the renowned eateries in Klang that is regularly visited by the locals of the area. It definitely is a hot spot and you can see a diversity of races and ages enjoying their first meal of the day here! You do not want to miss out on their non-other than the famous local coffee, steamed or toasted bread with butter and kaya and soft-boiled eggs!


2)       Royal Klang Town Heritage Walk Tour Programme

If you are in Klang, it is certainly a must to explore the whole town to make your journey more exciting! You can try joining the free guided tour provided by Tourism Selangor where you will be taken to a number of spectacular landmarks with a professional tour guide to assist you throughout the tour.   


3)       Lunch at Archana Curry House

Highly suggested by the locals, make sure you stop by one of the best Indian Restaurants there is to get your lunch! This famous Curry House has been running for more than 15 years and known for its signature dish called Banana Leaf served with mouth-watering chicken peratal which is one that you should try!


4)       Roam around the remarkable Little India at Jalan Tengku Kelana

Swing by the buzzing sidewalks at Jalan Tengku Kelana where there are a lot of shopping choices making it a tourist favourite spot! Attracting crowds with their traditional clothing shops, textiles, street food and many other selling stalls that promote the Indian Culture is truly something you don’t want to miss.

5)       A shopping spree in GM Klang

If you would like to experience the best shopping experience at an affordable price, GM Klang is where you should go. Step into this large wholesale centre that provides you with fashion, food, home decorations, wedding, textiles and even electronics and gadgets all at below retail prices. So, what are you waiting for?!


6)       Chill out at Café 1986, Botanic for tea

Whoever says that Klang lacks choices when it comes to cafes with unique aesthetics, it is time to prove them wrong! If you are into great food and great places to chill, don’t forget to stop by Café 1986. Serving you with a variety of meals to choose from, such as western to local favourites and desserts that will definitely win you over!   


7)       Lay your eyes on the astonishing sunset at Tanjung Harapan

Located near the notable Medan Muara Ikan Bakar, Tanjung Harapan is the best hangout spots in the evening! Many are willing to make the drive all the way to this place just to witness the extraordinary view of the sunsets followed by the calming view of the sea and the breezy air that will totally blow your problems away!


8)       Have a delightful dinner at Restaurant Faridah Nasi Ayam & Kambing Bakar

Searching for the best Chicken Rice in town? Restaurant Faridah has it! Be sure to order their signature Nasi Ayam or Chicken Rice and Kambing Bakar or grilled lamb once you are here. Also, it is located near Matahari Supermarket, you won’t have any trouble finding the restaurant.


9)       Wander around Pasar Malam Teluk Pulai at night

Wandering around this famous night market will bring you so much fun as you get to satisfy your cravings with local delights of Malaysian street food! With its variety of food choices, this place has become the most visited spot for tourists to get a taste of the best street food in town! You can also find other items such as clothes, household items and just about anything under the stars, literally!


Complete your trip to Klang with our preferred choices here. Take this chance to explore the exquisite town that will mesmerise you with its beautiful and historical buildings and culture. We assure you that this itinerary is going to be very handy once you reach Klang town!


All the listed activities and travel destinations are Tourism Selangor’s preferred choice. Any business operators interested in promoting their product(s) can email us at comm@tourismselangor.my together with their contact details.

For more information, please log on to the official website of Tourism Selangor at Selangor.Travel.

(Archana Curry House by Ng Su Ann)

(Cafe 1986 by vmo.rocks)

(Chong kok kopitiam by ayuhtravel on twitter)

(GM Klang on Facebook)

(Little india by Joyce Koh)

(Restaurant Faridah On Facebook)

(Tanjung harapan by Edmund Yung on flickr)


About Tourism Selangor

Tourism Selangor is a state government tourism arm established to increase the number of local and international tourists to Selangor by enhancing and developing the known as well as the undiscovered beauty of the State. Many initiatives are taken to achieve this such as organizing local and international campaigns, events, overseas tourism trade missions, local roadshows and many more.

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